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Vegetative propagation in cashew

, : Vegetative propagation in cashew. Acta Horticulturae (108): 285

In studies with the cultivars Hyb.2/12, Ansur No.1, M6/1, H4-7 and Tree No.1, grafting and budding on a local rootstock between December 1977 and September 1978 was compared. Side-grafting was more successful than T-budding, and the best months for grafting, in decreasing order of success (80-60%), were January, February, September, July and June.

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